RaveDear AuthorI’ve been chomping at the bit for Devil’s Daughter ever since I read the excerpt of its opening, but I really worried that I’d built up my expectations so much that I would be disappointed in the book when I finally read it. Instead, I ended up enjoying it greatly. I don’t know if the book would be equally satisfying to readers who haven’t followed West’s growth throughout the Ravenel series. I have been following it, though, so I loved him going in. However, here my love for him expanded further ... West is hands down my favorite Kleypas hero ... Phoebe is a lovely character, too ... there was some great repartee in this book ... I did have a few issues with the book, however. A couple of anachronistic word choices felt out of place. There was a little more sequel and prequel-baiting than I wanted ... Even on my second, third and fourth reads, Devil’s Daughter remained a delightful book–sweet, sexy, tender, and romantic. Even the scenes that bothered me the first time around have grown on me.
PositiveDear Author\"As much as I enjoyed The Wedding Date, The Proposal is an even stronger book. Nik is a lovable character, blunt but good-hearted, a good friend to Dana and Courtney, and kind to casual acquaintances, too ... At least four of the secondary characters—Angela, Jessie, Courtney and Natalie—are so vibrant that they leap off the page ... Initially, this book was less page-turning than The Wedding Date... Eventually, though, the that subplot connected to the main storyline, and the two threads were woven together in a way that was truly inspired ... [The Proposal is] an effervescent, even buoyant read, and readers looking for a good light contemporary will find a lot to appreciate here.\